Quiran is the result of a successful breeding principle: a proven, well-bred sport stallion bred to a consolidated sport horse dam line.
The Holsteiner breed is developing at a fast pace. Stallions which used to be at the top of their trade on the show jumping scene not so long ago like Corrado I or Carthago, are now found as 3rd sires in the pedigrees of our young stallions. Quiran’s official description when stallion-graded reads as follows: “A Holsteiner stallion through and through, he epitomises breed type. This eyecatching Quirado son is modern with long legs, correct structure and a big frame. His good topline reflects his well-balanced structure in its perfect connection of all body parts. His legs are correct. The quality of his movement increases from quite good walk to big trot to excellent, jumped, up-hill canter.”
The stallion’s performance attitude, natural rideabilty and quality jumping are his most outstanding assets. Mares bred to Quiran should have a well-set neck and up-hill movement. In view of the stallion’s uncomplicated temperament, he should be well suited for difficult or very spirited mares. His best offspring as yet, medium sized, typey, and with good movement, is out of a Clearway-Contender dam.